Adam Carolla & Dr. Drew Pinsky reunite the partnership that made Loveline a wild success and cultural touchstone. In each episode Adam and Drew take uncensored, nothing-off-limits, calls about sex, drug, medical and relationship issues. Dr. Drew brings the medicine while Adam’s comedy and rants are the spoonful of sugar to make it go down.Produced by Chris Laxamana and Gary Smith
Adam and Drew are back together talking patent trolls, Adam’s recent appearance on The Howard Stern Show and Drew’s daughter’s recent appearances in the media. They also take a listener phone calls from a fan who wants advice about dealing with his girlfriend’s family members.Superfan Sidebar >>
Musician Kelley James joins Adam and Drew for a discussion about legacy and the metaphorical treadmill that is life, never actually finishing but always moving forward. They also take a call from a fan concerned that his emotions are too detached from his decision making process and another caller wanting educational advice. As the show starts to wrap up our very talented guest performs live with his acoustic guitar.Superfan Sidebar >>
Drew gives an update on his daughter Paulina and some of the punches that he and his wife Susan have been taking in the media as a result of the publicity. They also take listener phone calls on borderline personalities and how to deal with financial disagreements within a marriage.Superfan Sidebar >>
Adam and Drew open the show discussing the fact that Drew’s son just left for a semester abroad in Australia, contrasting that against some of Adam’s experiences from around the same age. The pair also discuss some of the differences in cost of living between the late 70s and early 80s and today, citing things like televisions as opposed to gas and home prices. They also take listener phone calls from a fan struggling with depression and a fan frustrated with people getting offended when they’re confused.Superfan Sidebar >>
Drew opens the show explaining to Adam something he learned from a urologist friend of his that may explain his sluggish behavior over the past six months or so. Adam and Drew then discuss an interesting offer that has come up for their wives involving reality TV. They also take listener phone calls from a fan who’s concerned that his daughter’s mother is having her third child in 8 years with another man and a fan who has questions about marijuana and the respiratory system.Superfan Sidebar >>
Former NFL quarterback and East Valley Trojan Erik Kramer joins Adam and Drew in studio for a trip down memory lane back to when Adam and Erik played football together. They also discuss the tragic death of Erik’s son who battled drug addiction in his teenage years.Superfan Sidebar >>
Musician Art Alexakis joins Adam and Dr. Drew to talk about teaching at Los Angeles College of Music, fatherhood, and Philip Seymour Hoffman. They also explore the way society views beauty today and take listener phone calls including one about cell phone radiation.Superfan Sidebar >>
Adam and Drew are back taking your calls. They talk about how Adam is able to speak openly about his family and friends on the podcast without fear of offending people and give a listener advice on how he should navigate that as well. They also speak with a listener who has been sober for over 20 years and is wondering when to tell her 12 year old about her addiction. As the show wraps up the help a guy in his late twenties who wants to know when is the right time to actually pull the trigger and get married.Superfan Sidebar >>
Adam and Drew open the show discussing habits and why they’re important on both a micro and macro level. They also discuss some of the lawsuits that Adam is currently fighting off and why that has led to a certain level of frustration Adam has with Lynette. Adam also shares his new Mangria commercial with Drew and they take listener phone calls.Superfan Sidebar >>
Adam and Drew are back together this week examining an article from the LA Times that is vexing Adam. They also review Adam’s appearance on Huff Post Live and discuss how people like to use wide sweeping statements to deflect from the fact that they don’t have any answers. Later in the show they take listener calls including someone looking for substance abuse treatment at low costs and advice on a family member leaving behind a wife and two children after committing suicide.Superfan Sidebar >>
Drew starts the show solo this week discussing an upcoming lecture he will be giving on attachment. When Adam arrives they dive quickly into calls taking a call from a couple who want to know if moving in together is in the best interest of their relationship. They also speak with an international caller and a caller wanting to know if he should leave his family business to pursue more lucrative opportunities and use his MBA.Superfan Sidebar >>
Adam opens the show talking to Drew about making time for success. They also take listener phone calls from a concerned parent, a first time homeowner and much more.Superfan Sidebar >>
Adam and Drew are back together for a conversation about working small to big and the prominence of that style of thinking in today’s society, especially when it comes to government. The pair discuss a politician who is trying to ban e-cigarettes in California while seemingly ignoring the larger problems of our school system and public roads. They also take listener phone calls including a question about memory loss after sobering up from meth and someone trying to cope with life after cheating on his wife.Superfan Sidebar >>
Adam and Drew get together for a long discussion about delayed gratification and some of the issues that Adam has been confronted with when it comes to his longtime friend, Ray. They take listener phone calls on marijuana addiction studies, suicide attempts, and borderline personality disorder. And Adam proposes a new business idea.Superfan Sidebar >>
Adam and Drew are joined by actor and author, Fred Stoller, and his lawyer, David Albert Pierce, to talk about a frivolous lawsuit. They discuss how ludicrous the American legal system can be with Fred sharing the story of his suit and relating it to Adam’s patent troll lawsuit. Later they wrap the show up taking listener phone calls on hyper vigilance and preparing for twins.Superfan Sidebar >>
Joseph Sorge, director of the new documentary ‘Divorce Corp.,’ joins Adam and Drew for a very frank conversation about the divorce rules in this country and how they compare to those of other countries. They also take listener phone calls about trying to figure out a career path, the NuvaRing, and addictive personalities.Superfan Sidebar >>
Adam and Drew are back together for the start of 2014 and Adam tells a story about a problem he had with his auto insurance company. They also take some phone calls including one from a man who is extremely concerned that his family members can’t maintain a budget. The pair then give their opinions on second-hand smoke.Superfan Sidebar >>
Adam and Drew welcome good friends of the program Adam Ray and Brad Williams to close out 2013. Drew recounts his favorite memory from the show this year and Adam recalls a bit he always wanted to do on The Man Show involving the Gay Yellow Pages. Later they take listener phone calls including a question about yeast infections, IUDs relating to smelly vaginas and how to approach a therapist about medication.
Adam and Drew open the show discussing their recent award as iTunes’ Best New Podcast of 2013 before transitioning into a discussion about Adam’s Paul Newman documentary. Later Drew brings up a new documentary he’s involved in called ‘Divorce Corp.’ which leads Adam to give an extended explanation of how divorces work. Later they take calls including a listener who thinks he has the answer to Drew’s bathroom mystery.
Adam and Dr. Drew address the new message on the California freeway signs before taking some listener calls and discussing the art of improvisation.
Adam tells Drew about his recent trip to Sacramento and Fresno. They also take some listener phone calls about pornography and certain nicknames used within the African American community.
The show begins with an update of Drew’s ongoing investigation in regards to the the toilets at the studio. They also take listener phone calls on discussing sex with your children, losing the spark after marriage, and a parent struggling with the decision to throw his daughter out of the house.
Adam and Drew discuss curious family behaviors. They also take listener phone calls from a parent with a white supremacist child and a husband who is considering cheating on his wife.
On the 100th episode of The Adam and Dr. Drew Show, Adam explains some of the policies he would like to see if he were president. They also take a deep look at the history of president John F. Kennedy.
Adam and Drew share Thanksgiving memories, talk to comedian Jimmy Pardo, and answer listener calls.
Adam and Drew open the show discussing documentaries and why we as a society and seemingly so interested in them, especially in recent history. They also take listener phone calls including a radio producer who wants career advice, a newly single father trying to grapple with his wife leaving him and the kids, and how to deal with the financial implications surrounding a bad breakup.
Adam and Drew are back together discussing the similarities between Drew’s dog and Adam’s daughter. Then they discuss the New York High Line park and how the bureaucracy plaguing California would prevent something like that from ever existing in Los Angeles. They also take listener phone calls from a parent who suspects his child is cutting, spanking your children, and how a grandparent should act when his or her child is getting divorced.
Adam and Drew open the show with Drew making a startling accusation about possible nefarious activities in the Carolla Digital bathrooms. They also take listener phone calls on handling a relative with dementia, the future of Perry Caravello from ‘Windy City Heat’ and a fan from England offering to do some advertising for Mangria.
Doug Benson joins Adam and Dr. Drew today for a discussion about marijuana and the impending legalization in Colorado and Washington. Doug then explains how a head on collision delayed his appearance on the podcast by a few days. They also take listener phone calls on digital pirating and marijuana addiction, and have a conversation about addicts that are able to use in moderation.
Adam and Drew open the show discussing bullying in the context of the recent Richie Incognito story and Adam does an extensive inventory of the experiences from his childhood that would be considered bullying in today’s society. They also take calls from listeners on bulimia rehabilitation, birth control impacting sex drive and prostate cancer screening.
Adam and Drew are back together today discussing Adam’s ongoing issues with the ‘retarded goblins’ he employs to screw up his life. Adam also expresses his displeasure with Lynette’s insistence that their dog Molly must be inside at all times. They also take listener phone calls on jealousy in relationships, male sexual performance issues and opiate addiction.
Adam and Drew are back at the CNN building this week discussing healthcare and how young people approach it. They also examine the state of America’s hunger problem and the lack of motivation plaguing most Americans, citing Adam’s famous ‘ten thousand dollar deal’.
Adam and Drew are recording from the CNN building on Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood. They open the podcast discussing a recent experience Adam had on the set of his new TV show where crew members were all gathering at a bar to celebrate wrapping the first episode. Drew also inquires about Adam’s therapy.
Adam opens the show telling Drew about a frustrating situation involving his daughter and missing car keys. They also discuss frivolous government spending. Then they take listener phone calls and discuss the difference between happiness and satisfaction.
Jo Koy joins Adam and Drew in studio and they take a call from NFL wide receiver Brandon Marshall to discuss mental health awareness and Brandon’s fine from the NFL for wearing green cleats. Jo Koy and Adam then share some personal stories involving family members who suffer from mental illness.
Kathie Lee Gifford joins Adam and Drew by phone to talk about her upcoming podcast ‘Kathie Lee and Company’ and her journey from a family with two working parents to a media powerhouse. Later Adam tells a quick story about an interview he saw relating to the movie ‘Captain Phillips’ and they take listener phone calls from a veteran experiencing numbness, Drew’s opinion on e-cigarettes and what a lottery winner show do with her winnings.
Adam and Drew are back together this week and Adam opens the show with a long story about the change that has occurred in work ethic over the years, citing a recent move Gary made on the trip to Portland and Seattle. Adam also tells a contrasting story about a Porsche driving gentlemen he met at the Bellevue Mangria tasting.
Drew opens the show reading an email he received just as the show started from another radio personality. Later Drew shares a video with Adam of a fan listening to their show on her way home from oral surgery and Adam tells Drew about a recent physical ailment that was plaguing Adam. Later they take listener phone calls on long distance relationships with possible cheating, a woman with lhttp://adamcarolla.com/adamanddrew/iver issues and the value of DBT therapy for treating depression.
Adam and Drew open the show discussing the recent story about a child who successfully boarded a flight from Minneapolis to Las Vegas without a ticket. Adam then goes on to pose the question, “Is Los Angeles smart or stupid?” Later they go to the phones and take listener questions on balancing time and where in L.A. is the best place to live.
Adam opens the show discussing an interaction he had recently with Sonny’s teacher and the fallout from his using that interaction in his comedy shtick. He then turns to the topic of his father and how he is simultaneously very smart and insanely stupid, citing a story about his leased car as evidence. They then take listener calls on Adam’s desire to help his parents, whether or not it’s advisable to pursue a job in terrestrial radio and a question about Adam’s new movie Road Hard.
The show opens this week with Drew making a revelation about his health and his educating Adam on some of the realities about the particular issue Drew has been dealing with in recent months. They then take a call from a doctor Drew is familiar with on Twitter who has heard Drew’s story and wants clarification on Drew’s stances on all aspects of prostate cancer and treatment.
Adam and Drew are joined by Kristen Carney and Marni Kinrys from the Ask Women Podcast and discuss relationships and attraction. They also take listener phone calls on trophies for kids and Vitamin D.
Adam and Drew open the show discussing the Emmy results and specifically Breaking Bad. They also discuss the best writing on a variety show category and examine the percentage of writers in that category that are male. Adam also tells Drew about his recent trip to Coronado with his kids to race his vintage Datsun, an activity Adam explains to Drew he really wants his children to witness.
Adam and Drew open the show discussing an original joke that Sonny came up with and pitched to Adam. Drew then asks Adam how his therapy has been going and the conversation evolves into a wider discussion about what Adam is trying to get out of it. They also discuss the upcoming Feast of San Gennaro in Los Angeles that Adam helped in creating. Adam also discusses his theory with Drew about genetic diversity and humans attraction. As the show wraps up they take listener questions about male hormone replacement therapy, at what point Drew realized that Adam was talented and condom use with birth control.
Drew and Adam discuss a fatal traffic accident which occurred that morning. Adam then launches into a discussion about the NFL and their rules committee with Drew and they examine how Adam’s observations may be driving him insane. Later they take listener phone calls on depression medication for a former meth user and a recovering addict considering sexual experimentation.
Adam and Drew open the show discussing John Hotchkis and Adam’s love of people with specialized skills. Drew then brings up the recent internet video that turned out to be a prank by Jimmy Kimmel and they examine the culture of watching ‘fail videos.’ They also take calls on genetics weighing into a decision to have children and whether a listener should take a job promotion or go to business school.
Adam and Drew open the show discussing instant gratification and how the ability to get anything you want these days has been a negative for kids. Adam then revisits one of the things about football that drives him insane and asks Drew for his input on possible solutions. They also take calls from listeners who want to know Adam’s opinion on animals and how well interracial relationships work.
Adam and Drew open the show discussing Adam being back in therapy and how that relates to a recent flight where Adam had a few cocktails and started to spread the good word to anyone within 2 rows of his seat. They also take listener phone calls from a guy who wants advice on telling a buddy his wife is cheating, a construction worker who is considering going back to school and a guy who’s wondering if he’s on the road to becoming an alcoholic.
Adam and Drew open the show discussing their recent trip to New England to perform live shows and Adam briefly touches on a recent race he had in Monterey. Adam then expresses a frustration he’s been experiencing lately involving bartenders and Mangria. Drew also brings up the Bradley Manning case and gets Adam’s take on the idea of the government paying for his sex change operation. As the show wraps up they take listener phone calls from a young man whose girlfriend has extreme anxiety about sex and a heterosexual female who only enjoys masturbating to females.
Adam and Dr. Drew record a podcast on the road about Oprah, distorted images in media, and the differences between L.A. and Boston.
Drew starts out today’s show solo and discusses Bradley Manning before taking listener calls on topics from opiate dependency to the way Adam acts towards his staff members. After the break, Adam arrives and recalls an argument he just had with Lynette.
Adam and Drew open the show talking about a picture of Adam’s family. Drew then recounts a recent hellish experience he had on a flight from Carmel and Adam counters with a story about some glitchy landing gear he had going to and from Denver. Later, comedians and improvisors Gary Anthony Williams and Jordan Black join to talk about their podcast, live improv show, and they take listener phone calls with Adam and Drew.
Adam and Drew open the show discussing a gift Adam received from a member of the U.S. Armed Forces. In the context of that gift, they discuss a conversation Adam had with a mother from his children’s basketball team about this very podcast. Later they take listener calls from fans including a gentleman whose wife feels he is a workaholic and if men get more sexually comfortable after marriage.
Adam opens the show with a complaint about Drew’s eating habits that has been brewing since last week. In the context of Drew’s mistake, Adam and Drew discuss behavior modification and why it is so hard these days to get people to modify their behavior. Later they take calls on the HPV vaccine, a pregnancy ending in miscarriage and marijuana dependency.
Adam and Drew take a trip down memory lane and discuss some of the fine folks they worked with over at Loveline including junior producer Laura and ‘Tera don’t call me Tara goddamnit’. Adam also discusses how quality and consistency are more important now than ever, citing the change in what numbers quantify a popular TV show now vs 30-35 years ago. Later they take listener calls on whether or not to tell a girlfriend about strippers at a bachelor party, long term results of Benadryl abuse and if there are lasting impacts of stimulant use.
Adam Ray and Brad Williams join Adam and Drew this week and they share stories including Brad performing with Jim Jefferies at a little person convention in Southern California. They also explore how chefs and photographers have made leaps and bounds in terms of attracting women. The conversation then turns to the Anthony Wiener controversy and the Sydney Leathers sex tape. Later they take listener phone calls on in vitro fertilization and rehab facilities effectiveness.
Adam and Drew open the show with a discussing a now deceased psychiatrist and radio host named David Viscott, whom Adam used to listen to while he was digging ditches and Drew once hosted on Loveline. Adam tells an amazing story about a call into Viscott’s show when he was listening at the worksite one day. They also take listener phone calls from a guy who keeps finding himself attracted to damaged women, a guy who gets nosebleeds during sex and a question about Adam’s political leanings.
The show opens with Drew making an observation about the bathroom trashcan at Carolla Digital Studios and in responding, Adam tells a story about the maid service used both at the Carolla home and Studios. Adam also recounts an interaction he had with Gary ‘Full-Tard’ and how a spelling error caused a considerable amount of confusion. Later they take listener phone calls on methadone as a treatment for pill addiction, a mother who is sleeping with her 12 year old until he falls asleep and answer a question about HPV vaccines.
Adam and Drew examine a recent appearance that Adam made on Huffington Post Live and discuss some of the social issues Adam tried to bring up on that show.
Adam and Drew open the show discussing the Anthony Weiner scandal. Adam also brings up some experiences he and his children have been having with the ‘feelings doctor’. Later, listeners call in with questions about cheating spouses, synthetic marijuana and a tough situation with child molestation.
Adam and Dr. Drew offer advice to a caller about raising twins. They also help a man who is having trouble dealing with his wife’s depression and then they discuss the future of male birth control.
Adam opens the show by sharing a story with Drew about a disagreement he and Lynette had over her car keys recently. Later the conversation turns to Adam’s Fund Anything campaign and Adam shares his promotional Bryan Cranston video with Drew. They also take calls about a developmental disorder, smoking hookah, and a classic Loveline episode.
Adam and Drew are back together for a show about racism.
Dr. Bruce returns to fill in for Dr. Drew and they discuss some of the eccentricities of Adam’s family. Later, they take listener calls from a guy in his early 20′s who has trouble dating, a drug addict in the early stages of drug and alcohol use, and a man wondering how to tell his wife about his sexual addiction.
Adam is joined by Dr. Bruce (aka Dr. Spaz) filling in for Dr. Drew. Adam and Bruce discuss Adam’s long standing frustration with Bruce’s kids and their pizza preferences. They also explore some back pain Adam has been having, and take a call from a listener in Russia who has a question about racism.
Adam and Drew open the show discussing the change in Adam’s flora and fauna and how that has impacted his ability to fart with impunity anytime he wants. They also talk about a letter Adam got from one of his former employees and take listener calls on SSRI’s impacting weight and the details involved in getting a vasectomy.
Adam and Drew open the show talking about Adam’s life at home and how his anger could evoke the way people act around him. Adam also tells a story about his frustrations with his housekeeper and pool man as well as the horrific drivers in Los Angeles. The show wraps up with an epiphany Adam recently had.
Drew starts the show by himself this week and discusses something he recently saw at a hotel pool in Las Vegas. When Adam arrives, the topic expands to a broader discussion of weight issues in America. Later they take calls from a recovering alcoholic who has just moved home and a guy who is having trouble keeping the spark in his relationship.
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show by addressing the recent controversy over Drew’s comments about Amanda Bynes on Twitter. Later, they take calls on the addictive nature of Adderall, how to deal with a young child battling a terrible disease and how fertility treatments can impact pregnancy.
Adam and Dr. Drew discuss Adam needing a physical. They also talk to Brandon Stogsdill via phone and hear his story of going from being an incarcerated felon to a graduate student and author. Afterwards, they take listener calls about online dating, torn meniscus rehab, and trouble getting pregnant.
Adam and Dr. Drew open the show talking about their view being nice. Later they take listener calls from a medical student who is wondering about going forward with his girlfriend and a guy who is older than the average virgin.
Adam and Drew open the show this week discussing the way that Adam wants to make sure that he shares experiences with his children. Later they take listener phone calls on having an autistic parent, recovering from childhood sexual abuse and porn addiction.
Adam and Drew open the show with special guests Sonny and Natalia Carolla. Later the conversation turns to how children are coming up differently, specifically when it comes to pornography and relationships. After the break Adam tells a story about pegs on BMX bikes and they take a listener call on teaching teens to drive.
Adam opens the show recounting a recent conversation he had with Matt ‘The Porcelain Punisher’ Fondiler about birthdays. Later they discuss commencement ceremonies and take listener calls on epilepsy, hyper vigilance and how vitamin D can improve testosterone levels.
Adam and Drew open the show discussing moral satiation and the belief that every child should have the best and only the best of everything. They continue talking about education and revisit the interview Adam did with Gavin Newsom on The Adam Carolla Show. Later they take listener phone calls on a having a hyper sexual partner and how to approach a relative about their weight issues.
The show opens with Drew raising concerns about people at the warehouse not following Adam’s bathroom etiquette guidelines. They then turn to calls early in the show about schizophrenia medication, how to maintain a friendship with an ex after a divorce and the dangers of Adderall usage.
Adam and Drew open the show discussing Adam’s recent birthday celebration and how Adam feels about birthday celebrations in general. Later, Adam tells a story about a curiously thoughtful birthday gift he received from a family member. They also take listener phone calls on marijuana use when trying to conceive and a situation where one person was hiding an STD from their partner.
Adam and Drew are joined by podcasting pioneer and all around hilarious guy Jimmy Pardo for a discussion about podcasting, depression and the inability to waste. Jimmy & Adam also commiserate over their frustation at people not being able to do things the way they do them. Later they take calls on incompatible genitalia, complications from scoliosis and tonsil removal.
Adam and Drew recount some memories from their recent trip to Napa and Sonoma for their live show and Adam’s vintage race. Later, in discussing the scent of his racing gear, Drew makes a discovery about himself and his refined sense of smell. Later, they take listener calls on the Meyers Briggs test, hyper hydrosis and how to handle getting back into civilian life from military life.
Adam and Drew open the show talking about how people get in their own way when trying to do something. Adam explains that the main hurdle that people allow to get in their way is themselves and a large part of anything is going ahead and doing it. Adam also explains some of what was normal when he was growing up and how that inspired him. They also take listener calls on metal illness, the difference between drug abuse and drug addiction and grand mal seizures.
Adam and Drew open the show talking about grit and how badly they want their kids to have that quality over almost any other. The discussion then turns to parents and the culture of not wanting to hunker down and care for your kids even if you have to do it in a bare bones fashion. Later they take calls including an epileptic man who only has seizures during sex.
Drew and Adam wish everyone a Mother’s Day and Adam tells a story about a letter he recently received from his mother. Drew and Adam go on to explore a recent breakfast Adam shared with his mother and stepfather and an interesting request that came up during that breakfast. Later they take listener calls on short-term memory loss during addiction recovery and unpleasant vaginal odor.
Adam and Drew discuss the impending verdict in the Jodi Arias trial and why the public is so infatuated with the trial. Adam also expresses some frustration he’s been experiencing with his website and the pair take listener calls on reporting domestic violence, Adam gives some advice on how to get into comedy and they help a fan who’s wife is going through menopause and is experience pain during sex as a result.
Adam and Drew open the show discussing the controversial Los Angeles police and firefighter’s retirement program DROP. Drew also revisits a comment he made in a previous episode that’s pertinent to the somewhat political conversation. Later Adam and Drew take listener calls on an inability to maintain weight, fair custody sharing and the god component of most 12 step programs.
Adam and Drew go in depth and explore some of the history between Adam and his father Jim. They also take listener phone calls on the traits of alcoholism, how to keep the spark alive after six children and what to do about extreme memory loss.
Adam and Drew open the show examining the difference between people who are always working and those who can easily take time off. Adam also brings up a noticeable difference in one of his children after his recent Long Beach Grand Prix victory.
Adam and Drew discuss Adam’s recent victory in the Long Beach Grand Prix and the possible reasons behind Adam’s stepfather not coming to the race. Later they examine some of Adam’s childhood surrounded by his friends Ray and Chris and take listener calls on picking therapists, ending a relationship with your fiancée and internet dating.
Adam and Drew go over some old notes from their classic Loveline days. They also take listener phone calls on significant age differences in couples and consistent Adderall use.
Doug Benson joins Adam and Dr. Drew to discuss his new film, ‘The Greatest Movie Ever Rolled,’ and life on the road as a comic and marijuana enthusiast. Later they answer listener questions about jealousy and the impacts of sexual abuse on future relationships.
Pamela Adlon joins Adam and Drew for a discussion about tattoos, piercings and how personal styles have changed over the years. Later the trio takes listener calls on topics including HPV prevalence in males, proper healing times for a vasectomy and advice for a young man looking to get back together with his ex.
Adam and Drew discuss some upcoming charity work Adam has to do and why everyone is obsessed with the extremely long exercise of playing golf. Later they take listener calls and revisit a classic Loveline episode discussing scientology.
Adam and Drew are joined by Dodger’s legend Shawn Green to discuss baseball as well as Shawn’s thoughts on his car, the Tesla Model S. Later they all take calls on using Adderall as a study aid, bipolar treatments and changing names after marriage.
Adam and Drew are joined by Gary Anthony Williams and examine the nuances of improv comedy and why Dr. Drew has never been able to grasp them after all these years. Later they examine the persistence of racism and the different ways in which it manifests itself in today’s society.L.A. Comedy Shorts Film Festival
Adam and Drew sit down with comic Jim Jefferies, star of FX’s Legit to discuss why its harder to sell tickets in Los Angeles as well as the infuriating differences between today and the Elvis/Sinatra era. Later they discuss how tuned out people have become and examine some comments made about Adam by another radio host.
Adam and Drew are joined by author and educator Kelly Matthews for an in depth conversation on the state of education in America today.
Adam and Drew are joined by comic Brad Williams to discuss an idea for a TV vehicle starring Brad and how to deal with hecklers. Later they take calls on retrograde orgasms, the dangers of stopping alcohol use, and tapering off Suboxone.
Adam and Drew open the show by examining how people can be exceptionally smart when it comes to things that interest them and extremely inept when it comes to doing things that aren’t as important to them. Later they take calls on using opiates to combat back pain, the effects of e-cigarettes and erectile dysfunction with diabetes.
Adam and Drew discuss their recent separate court side experiences at Lakers games. They then explore how Adam’s mother met her current husband and Ray’s role in uncovering that information. Later the pair take calls on punishing pedophiles, overcoming the residual effects of childhood molestation and how a borderline personality can affect children.
Adam and Drew discuss the Jodi Arias trial and Lynette’s potentially dangerous infatuation with it. They also take a listener call on the evolution of the term transgender.
Adam and Drew discuss the Jodi Arias trial and Lynette’s potentially dangerous infatuation with it. They also take a listener call on the evolution of the term transgender.
Adam and Drew discuss the narcissism in our society and Adam shares portions of his recent Gavin Newsom interview with Drew. They also recount stories from their recent performance in Denver.
Adam and Drew discuss Adam’s courtside experience with Bill O’Reilly at the Lakers game and examine the comedic writing of Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo. They then take calls on combining caffeine with Adderall and unwanted relatives at a wedding.
Adam and Drew discuss the Big Mac over the years and play a classic Loveline clip to highlight Adam’s consistency They also take calls on fecal human transplant and cold feet before marriage.
Adam and Drew examine the abysmal traffic in Los Angeles and discuss common sense solutions that can be achieved without further expenditures. Then they take listener calls on Viagra, brain surgery and Adam’s alcohol consumption.
Adam and Drew open the show discussing the tragic passing of Mindy McCready and Drew’s frustration with the media’s role in the story. They also take listener calls on cutting, depression vs. laziness and the dangers of MDMA use.
Adam and Drew discuss the culture of too much self-esteem and the now defunct Naugles fast food chain. They then take listener calls on Humira and long distance relationships.
Adam and Drew examine the differences between employees and spouses as well as Adam wanting to expose his children to quality entertainment. They also take calls on HIV transmission, social anxiety and Al-Anon.
Adam & Drew discuss the fundamental difference between men & women. They then take calls on marijuana use, high blood pressure medication and Drew has an addition to Adam’s bathroom rules.
David Alan Grier returns and the guys talk football and head injuries as well as taking calls on PTSD, bone marrow donation and Adam’s heroes.
Adam and Dr. Drew are joined by good friend David Alan Grier and they discuss the Manti T’eo story and take calls on hernia surgery, women who don’t want to commit and bits from days past.
Adam and Drew are joined by former Loveline co-host Diane Farr to discuss bathroom etiquette and take calls on Xanax, atrophied testes and methamphetamine addiction.
Adam and Drew discuss Adam’s problems with pet food storage and take calls on heroin addiction, the Controlled Substances Act, and teenage pot use.
Adam and Drew take questions from a herion addict without money for treatment and a guy who wants to ask his girlfriend to lose weight. Plus, they break down trippy ’60s songs.
Adam and Drew discuss the Lance Armstrong controversy and take calls on chronic over-eating and abuse by step parents.
Adam and Drew sit down with Superfan Giovanni and take a trip down Loveline memory lane. Later Adam and Drew take calls from listeners on retrograde ejaculation, fear of commitment and a unique sexual fetish.
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Adam & Drew discuss the recent passing of Huell Howser, John Lennon and giant Mexican guitars. They also take calls from listeners on depression, suboxone and dealing with a suicidal alcoholic parent.
Adam and Drew discuss a traveling mishap Drew experienced over the holidays and they take calls on couples therapy, circumcision & testicular irregularities.
Adam and Drew discuss observations made during a recent visit to Disneyland and take calls on dealing with a bad break-up, alcoholic parents and energy drinks.
Adam & Drew discuss the internets effect on the first amendment and take calls on anal sex, PTSD & chronic yeast infections.
Adam & Drew discuss his frustration with Lynette’s ‘business’ trip and take calls on shopping addiction, permanent birth control & persistent nosebleeds.
Adam & Drew discuss the ‘Tune Out’ factor in today’s society and take calls on anxiety, Alanon and abortion.
Adam & Drew discuss the troubles Adam’s been having with selling Mangria at his shows and take calls on topics including marijuana addiction & HPV.
Adam and Dr. Drew begin their new podcast series with stories about FUBU, journalistic integrity, and achieving the impossible. They also take your sex, drug, and relationship calls.